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remains of jimmy hoffa. what unfolded outside the base of bergen hone in michigan. the teamsters leader has not been seen since july 30, 1975. he is assumed to be dead but his body was never found. a teamsters members stated that he was afraid. it was the day of mr. hoffa disappeared. he did not try to embellish the story. there was things found underneath the concrete but we're not sure if is a dead body or a route of a tree. they will analyze everything at the university of michigan. it will take further dna to see if it is hoffa's remains. i do not think it is half was remains but it would be nice because it will bring closure for the family and to the teamster mean memberrs members. if it was a burial here this discovery. >> temperatures were a lot cooler this afternoon. the fog is still over the bay bridge toll plaza. this fall will be here with us in the morning but will clear up in the after know. it will be warmer conditions for tomorrow. over the weekend we will get significantly warm on sunday near triple digits. it will be near 94 the bay shores. the warming will conti
again following the tip on the disappearance of jimmy hoffa almost 40 years ago. a man dying of cancer told police he saw someone being buried under a concrete slab next to a suburban detroit home about the time haffa disappeared in 1985. tomorrow authorities will be taking a soil sample to check for human remains. if that soil tests posttive they will excavate the site. >>> a shift in some key swing states. the momentum on the campaign trail with just weeks to go. >>> and we're keeping a close eye on that developing news in san francisco and working to learn more about the clash between protesters and police there. more live coverage throughout the hour. dan hurd: when i was a child, california was a leader in education funding. erika derry: and the fact that california isn't making it a priority frustrates me. dan hurd: i'm ashamed of that, and i don't want this to continue for my daughter. brenda kealing: prop 38 is going to bring a lot of money to our schools. suzan solomon: the money stays at the school site. cade derry: what i would really like to see is that the teachers.
hoffa to bashar. our fearless prediction at the time because i got to know bashar before his father died, we had a series of one-on-ones which we conducted in arabic not because my arabic is perfect, but it was better than his english even though he studied op that moll in the u.k -- opt moll in the u.k., that's all he did. he went to classes, he studied his lectures, he read his textbooks, he in no way entered into british social life. his english has since become quite good, i think it is surging. but bashar is like his father except worse; less flexible, more doctrineaire, less agile and aware that he doesn't have his father's support. so i think this is going to be a fight to the finish. no happy villa for bashar in junta. i would like to be wrong on that. but even if there is, we've already seen the signs of it. just like what happened in my friend chris and his colleagues, the arab spring bears bitter fruit. and nowhere, i am afraid, could it be more bitter than in syria where we're already seeing the signs of sectarian divisions, tensions and hatred surface even with bashar s
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